2020 Harley-Davidson Pan American

We've known about the Harley-Davidson Pan American for a while now, having seen it in concept form back in 2018.

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Now though, we're getting our first look at the production version of Harley's first ADV bike.

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The Pan American looks ready to compete with the likes of Triumph's Tiger 1200, Yamaha's Super Tenere, and maybe even BMW's R1250GS.

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The Pan American has been blessed with an all-new, liquid-cooled, 60-degree V-twin engine called the Revolution Max.

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This new mill is good for 145 horsepower and over 90 pound-feet of torque.

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Other highlights include a move to Brembo brakes from Harley's own in-house stoppers.

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2020 Harley-Davidson Bronx

The other big reveal from The Motor Company was the announcement of its first middleweight naked bike. 

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The Harley-Davidson Bronx will be powered by a 975-cc version of the Revolution Max engine. 

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The Bronx looks like it'll offer plenty of tech in a sporting package.

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We'd guess it's targeting KTM's 790 Duke and Yamaha's excellent XSR900 as competition.

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Interestingly, the Bronx will be belt-driven as opposed to chain drive, which means less maintenance but less freedom to choose gear ratios.

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